1 060 000 €

Type of property House
Area 173 m2
Room(s) 5
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Art Deco
Condition To live in
Reference AP281

Its superb landscaped garden
Its beautiful light
Its furnished basement


Architecture from 1930, this house of 146 m2 of living space, and 173 m2 of floor space, with a contemplative soul, rising on three levels on a plot of 302 m2 with a Japanese feel, nestles out of sight in a street in Joinville-le-Pont.

Renovated in 2016, this residence embodies the harmony between a typical Joinville house and a singular charm infused by the aesthetic choices of its owners. As soon as you pass through the gate, a first terrace on the street side offers a relaxation area under a vine climbing up the facade. A few steps lead to the first level, starting with an entrance hall and leading to the large living room facing South-East, combining an industrial aesthetic with the warmth of the parquet floors and the wood stove. An American kitchen, decorated with cement tiles in the spirit of Gio Ponti, with a central bar, opens onto a veranda serving as a dining room and revealing the spectacle of a lush garden. A bathroom completes this level. A wooden staircase leads to the second level, lit by roof windows, whose attic has been redeveloped, highlighting the original beams with high ceilings. The master suite has a large dressing room with graphic wallpaper. Two other comfortably sized bedrooms, on the lower slope, offer distinct privacy. They share a bathroom. The mezzanine, fully furnished and lit by windows overlooking the garden, is made up of a pantry, two bedrooms with white paneling and a laundry room. Outside, the charm operates with the landscaped garden designed according to the principles of the Japanese garden pebbles, no slate, maples and various species constitutes a haven of greenery conducive to contemplation. A workshop immersed in vegetation, to be redeveloped, offers additional space.

A house with a unique soul a stone's throw from the banks of the Marne